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Visuteach provides GL Assessment (formerly known as NFER Nelson) style 11+ verbal reasoning (VR) practice papers. We have 24 papers and each one contains 80 questions which take 50 minutes to complete. The verbal reasoning question types that appear in our papers are explained further down this page. Our practice papers are available for immediate download on our Purchase page.
Visuteach also provides interactive online verbal reasoning tests in our verbal reasoning membership site. We have 175 online verbal reasoning tests containing 1920 questions. The questions are arranged by type (i.e. questions of each of the 21 possible question types are grouped together). Our membership package also provides all 24 of our verbal reasoning pdf papers as interactive online tests. This gives access to 24 complete 80 question, 50 minute tests, and the same questions are also available as 96 shorter 20 question, 12.5 minute tests. For demos and more information on our interactive online verbal reasoning tests, please click Visuteach Verbal Reasoning Membership Site.
To open a free sample paper of our verbal reasoning tests, click on the blue link in the Sample Paper column below. To download the free sample paper, right-click on the blue link and choose ‘Save Target As’ from the pop-up menu.
|Visuteach 11 Plus Papers||Format||Number of questions||Time Allowed||Sample Paper|
|GL Assessment Style VR (verbal reasoning) Papers||Multiple-choice||80||50 mins||GL VR Sample Test|
Demos of our verbal reasoning interactive online membership site can be seen by clicking on the blue links below.
|Verbal Reasoning Membership Demo 1
Demo of each of the 21 types of question (with answers immediately after each question)
|VR Demo 1|
|Verbal Reasoning Membership Demo 2
A short 20 question, 12.5 minute timed test (with answers at the end of the test)
|VR Demo 2|
|Verbal Reasoning Demo 3
A short untimed test (with answers immediately after each question)
|VR Demo 3|
|Verbal Reasoning Demo 4
A short untimed test (with answers immediately after each question)
|VR Demo 4|
|Verbal Reasoning Demo 5
A short untimed test (with answers immediately after each question)
|VR Demo 5|
For more information on our interactive online verbal reasoning tests, please click Visuteach Verbal Reasoning Membership Site.
The table below shows the breakdown of question types available in our verbal reasoning membership site.
|Question Type||Description||Number of Questions|
|Type 1||Crack the Letter Code||82|
|Type 2||Complete the Letter Series||84|
|Type 3||Complete the Letter Sentence||82|
|Type 4||Create a Compound Word||120|
|Type 5||Find the Missing Letter||63|
|Type 6||Move a Letter||120|
|Type 7||Find the Missing Three-Letter Word||122|
|Type 8||Create Words in the Same Way||114|
|Type 9||Solve Letter Sums||120|
|Type 10||Continue the Number Series||132|
|Type 11||Find the Hidden Four-Letter Word||117|
|Type 12||Find Words Closest in Meaning||129|
|Type 13||Related Words||126|
|Type 14||Find the Word Link||123|
|Type 15||Explore the Facts & Solve the Riddle||60|
|Type 16||Find Words Opposite in Meaning||45|
|Type 17||Find the Number to Complete the Sum||48|
|Type 18||Find the Missing Number||45|
|Type 19||Crack the Number Code||72|
|Type 20||Complete the Third Pair in the Same Way||45|
|Type 21||Find the Double Meaning||45|
GL Assessment verbal reasoning tests contain 21 types of question in total.
Kent, unlike most other 11+ regions, used to use just 15 of the 21 question types in the Kent Test, but in the 2014 entry paper, the Kent Test included some questions from the 6 extra types that make up the total of 21 types. Therefore the 21 question types are relevant for all GL Assessment 11+ verbal reasoning regions (e.g. Kent, Medway, Essex (Redbridge), Lincolnshire, Wiltshire, Wirral, Lancashire, Cumbria, Devon, Torbay, Bournemouth, Dorset, Calderdale, Kingston upon Thames, North Yorkshire, Trafford, Poole and Sutton).
Note that these 21 types can also be considered to be 22 types, since one of the types contains two distinct question types i.e. Explore the Facts and Solve the Riddle.
Visuteach’s verbal reasoning papers are GL Assessment style papers. Our papers contain 80 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 50 minutes.
Visuteach verbal reasoning papers 1-12 contain questions drawn from the 15 question types used in the official GL Assessment Sample Pack 1 which can be purchased in shops and online. Each of our paper tests 1-12 contains 80 questions drawn from any 13 of these possible 15 types. So, to cover all 15 types, you will need to buy more than one paper. This is the way that GL Assessment papers are laid out in the official GL Assessment Sample Pack 1.
Visuteach verbal reasoning papers 13-24 contain questions drawn from the full 21 types (i.e. from the 15 types used in the official GL Assessment Sample Pack 1 plus the additional 6 types used in the official GL Assessment Sample Pack 2). Each of our paper tests 13-24 contains 80 questions drawn from any 15 or 16 of the possible 21 types. So, to cover all 21 types, you will need to buy more than one paper. This is the way that GL Assessment papers are laid out in GL Assessment Sample Pack 2.
Our papers 1-12 contain questions similar to those in GL Assessment Pack 1, and our papers 13-24 contain questions similar to those in GL Assessment Pack 2. There are differences in some of the common 15 question types that appear in these two packs e.g. Pack 1 contains some mirror code and reverse mirror code questions which do not appear in Pack 2, and some of the Explore the Facts and Solve the Riddle type questions use a slightly different logic between packs. The same is true of our papers 1-12 and 13-24.
The Visuteach 21 question types are shown below, together with some example questions.
Types 1 -15 are the 15 types that appear in GL Assessment Sample Pack 1, and types 16-21 are the additional 6 types that appear in GL Assessment Sample Pack 2.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The alphabet can help you with the following questions. You need to determine a different code for each question. Mark the correct answer on the answer sheet. Example If the code for DEAF is EFBG, what is the code for NOW? Answer OPX
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The alphabet can help you with the following questions. Find the next letters in the series, and mark the correct answer on the answer sheet. Example EK FK GL HL (?) Answer IM
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The alphabet can help you with the following questions. Find the letters that complete each statement in the best way, and mark the correct answer on the answer sheet. Example EF is to GH as MN is to (?) Answer OP
In the following questions, choose two words, one from each group, that combine to make one correctly spelt word. The word from the first group must come first, and the order of the letters in the two words must not be changed. Mark both words on the answer sheet. Example (brown have head) (deep flow ache) Answer head ache (The word is headache.)
In the following questions, the same letter fits into both sets of brackets. This letter ends the word before the brackets and begins the word after the brackets. Find this letter and mark it on the answer sheet. Example sa [?] aft di [?] elve Answer d (The four words are sad, daft, did and delve)
TYPE 6 – MOVE A LETTER
In the following questions, two new words can be made by moving one letter from the first word to the second word. The other letters must not be rearranged, and both new words must make sense. Find the letter that moves and mark it on the answer sheet. Example house for Answer u (The two new words are hose and four.)
In the following sentences, the word in capitals has had three letters next to each other removed. The three letters, in the order taken out, make a correctly spelt word. Find the three-letter word that makes the sentence read correctly. Mark the correct three-letter word on the answer sheet. Example This was a FOR to consider. Answer ACT (The word in capitals is FACTOR.)
In the following questions, the three words in the second group go together in the same way as the three words in the first group. Find the missing word in the second group and mark it on the answer sheet. Example (map [tap] tie) (leg [ ? ] pet) Answer peg
In the following questions, letters stand for numbers. Work out the answer to each sum, then find its letter and mark it on the answer sheet. Example If A = 3, B = 5, C = 9, D = 11, E = 17, what is the answer to this sum written as a letter? A + B + C = (?) Answer E
In the following questions, find the next number in the series and mark it on the answer sheet. Example 6 8 10 12 (?) Answer 14
In each of the following sentences, a word of four letters is hidden at the end of one word and the beginning of the following word. Find the two words that contain the hidden word and mark these two words on the answer sheet. Example He was ignorant of the facts. Answer was ignorant (The hidden word is sign.)
In the following questions, choose two words, one from each group, that are closest in meaning. Mark both words on the answer sheet. Example (deep nap keep) (toil best snooze) Answer nap snooze
In the following questions, three of the five words are related. Mark the answer sheet with the two words that do not go with the three related words. Example plate spaghetti pie knife pizza Answer plate knife
In the following questions, find the two words, one from each group, that complete the sentence in the best way. Mark both words on the answer sheet. Example Boy is to (mother girl brother) as man is to (wife sister woman) Answer girl woman
Grace, Sophie, Lucy, Thomas and Ryan play a game at the fair. Grace and Ryan each win a pen. Lucy and Grace each win a football. Thomas wins a football. Sophie is very good at the game and wins a football, a hat and a pen. Lucy also wins a pen. Ryan doesn’t win a football, but he does win a hat. Who wins the least number of prizes? and Michelle, Neil and Oliver take the train to London every morning. They catch the train from the same station. The train always arrives at 6.45 a.m. Neil can arrive up to 20 minutes late for the train, and Michelle is never more than 15 minutes early. If these statements are true, which one of the following statements must be true? A Neil likes travelling by train. B Michelle could arrive at 6.25 a.m. C Michelle always arrive early. D Oliver always arrives early. E Neil never arrives later than 7.05 a.m.
In the following questions, find two words, one from each group, that are most opposite in meaning. Mark both of these words on the answer sheet. Example (sun land country) (farm star sea) Answer land sea
In the following questions, find the number that completes the sum correctly and mark it on the answer sheet. Example 4 + 5 = 2 + [?] Answer 7
In the following questions, the three numbers within each group are related to each other in the same way. Find the missing number in the third group and mark it on the answer sheet. Example (7  11) (12  19) (5 [?] 13) Answer 8
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Three of the four words below have been given a numeric code. The codes are not written in the same order as the words, and one code is missing. EDIT DATE RITE DIRT 1432 2163 1653 For the following questions, mark the correct answer on the answer sheet. QUESTION 1 Find the code for the word RITE. QUESTION 2 Find the code for the word TEAR. QUESTION 3 Find the word that has the number code 3625.
The following questions contain three pairs of words. Find the missing word that completes the last pair of words in the same way as the other two pairs. Mark the missing word on the answer sheet. Example (live lie) (loft lot) (seat [ ? ]) Answer set
In the following questions, there are two pairs of words. Of the five possible answers, only one will go equally well with both of these pairs. Find the word and mark it on the answer sheet. Example (battle struggle) (brawl scuffle) row attempt argument fight effort Answer fight